It was only a matter of time before someone gave Todd English a TV show. The New York Post reported Monday that English — the paper refers to him as “the playboy chef” — is working with E! on a show focused on his empire of eateries and his “interesting” personal life. (A few years ago, you’ll recall, the celebrity chef claimed he had been physically abused by his former fiancee Erica Wang.) But we’re told that Todd will only be one part of the show, which has been described to us as a docu-series featuring several successful New York restaurateurs. English’s roster of restaurants includes the recently reopened Olives in Charlestown, as well as Ca Va Brasserie, Figs, Bonfire, and Bluezoo, among others. The chef is no stranger to TV, having hosted two seasons of “Food Trip With Todd English” on WGBH. But something tells us that E!, which produces such reality TV gems as “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” and “Ice Loves Coco,” will be looking for something a little spicier.